I can honestly say that Skillshare changed the way I shoot.
I was awarded a Skillshare scholarship in 2015, and after watching classes by Trashhand and some of my other Instagram heroes, I was inspired.
The classes are all in a video format, and take you behind the scenes and into the minds of the teachers.
While I have a particular style, I learned how to take it to the next level from some teachers, while learning some fundamentals from others.
Whether you’re a rookie or a pro, you’re bound to learn from these classes.
Skillshare is a paid membership learning portal, at a reasonable $10 per month or only $8 per month if you pay for a year upfront. For that price, you can enroll in as many classes as you like.
The following classes are the ones that I got the most value from.
In this course, Trashhand covers four main topics and how they relate to street photography, along with some mobile editing tips.
Trashhand teaches learners how to tell their city’s unique story and shares some valuable Lightroom editing tips.
In this class, ItsForGotham takes his students across New York City and takes them through his creative process.
ItsForGotham shares his top editing tips for Lightroom and Photoshop.
Steve walks learners through New York City and shows them what he looks for in an image and how he shoots different types of pictures.
I found these classes extremely valuable. I can confidently say that they influenced my style and helped me develop confidence as a street photographer.
Disclaimer: If you sign up for Skillshare Premium using the links in this blog post, I get a free month added to my membership. I will always only write about products and services that I use and feel comfortable endorsing.